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Faculty Panel: Civic Learning (CL) as a Creative Adaptation to COVID
Three faculty members discuss their recent Civic Learning (CL) courses, as a response to teaching in the pandemic, exploring challenges and surprising benefits for themselves and their students.
University of Vermont MS in Dietetics Open House - October 12
In this 1-hour live virtual open house, you will meet the UVM MSD Program Director and recent program graduates. Join us to learn about the MSD community focus on practice through the lens of a sustainable food system, graduate courses to fulfill ...
Breakfast being the most important meal of the day is often recognized as a universal saying. However, do we really know the effects the first things we are eating have on the rest of our day? We discuss the importance of eating breakfast and how ...
Health Professions Portfolio Quick Guide
An overview on the organization of the Blackboard site that supports pre-med students in developing their Health Professions Portfolio - a crucial step in preparing for medical or dental school application.
Pedagogical Workshop: Community Building in a Pandemic
This workshop presents an overview of strategies to build community in an online teaching environment. Whether you are teaching a fully online class, remote, or mixed, we will discuss simple ways to make the most of the technologies available to y...
This short videos features students' remarks about our 2023 Career Champion nominees
Online Tools for Understanding Major + Career Connections
This short video demonstrates some online tools to help students make connections between choice of major and career path.
UVM Catamount Pride - CS020 Spring 2019
CS020 Spring 2019 students recreate UVM catamount using MATLAB plotting functions
LCOM PHP - Mental Health in Vermont Communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Second year medical students at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM work with United Ways of Vermont and the Public Health Department at UVM to create a project to assess community perceptions of need during the COVID-19 pandemic.